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Brazil’s Constitutional Coup: Dilma in the Crosshairs

     Posted on: August 24, 2016

by Cliff Welch* While Olympic athletes faced victory and defeat along the putrid shores of Rio de Janeiro’s Guanabara Bay, on the shores of sparkly Lake Paranoá in Brasilia, Brazil’s 36th president, Dilma Rousseff, faced only defeats as her enemies moved to impeach her. The most recent contest was lost on ...

Vol. 18-3 Attica: 1971-1991 — A Commemorative Issue

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

This issue provides a retrospective on the Attica rebellion, an assessment of prisoner struggles in the United States, Canada, England and Wales, and Japan since 1971, and thoughts on a new penology for the 1990s. It is of enduring historical value. TABLE OF CONTENTS Attica: The “Bitter Lessons” Forgotten? Robert P. Weiss, Editor ...

Robert P. Weiss

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

“The Order of Attica” After the “disturbance,” the Attica convicts were stripped naked in the yard and made to crawl, with faces to the ground, back to their cells and thus relegated back “in place” as objects in the “order of things.” The “order” of Attica was an example of what ...

John Lowman and Brian MacLean

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

Prisons and Protest in Canada John Lowman and Brian MacLean report 69 major prison “disturbances” in the mid-1970s. In the 1980s alone in the United States, there were dozens of serious disturbances and, although many were not progressive, some showed prisoner unity and politicality. If the rationale for prison has changed ...

Elmer H. Johnson

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

Managing Prisoners in Japan: “Attica” Is Not Probable The author provides a national example that differs greatly from the situation in the UK, Canada, and the United States. Japanese prisons are relatively tranquil; aggression against staff and other convicts is rare, and riots are unheard of. Certainly, the very close supervision, ...

Adela Beckerman

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

Women in Prison: The Conflict between Confinement and Parental Rights In the United States and Canada most female prisoners are mothers. In the United States, women prisoners can be permanently separated from their children if they are unable to provide arrangements for childcare, or are unable to maintain regular contact. This ...

Kelly (Hannah) Moffat

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

Creating Choices or Repeating History: Canadian Female Offenders and Correctional Reform This article examines the conclusions of a recent Task Force on women in Canadian prisons. The Task Force helped to illuminate the plight of women, especially Native offenders (who represent a disproportionate number of incarcerated women in Canada). Although the ...

Dragan Milovanovic and Stuart Henry

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

Constitutive Penology The authors argue that critical attention should be paid to the ways in which discourses and ideologies of penology reproduce “free world” forms of domination. Critical criminologists need to go farther to reveal how even oppositional discourse may be constitutive of existing reality. Victims may contribute to their own ...

Rio 2016 Olympics: Security and Segregation in the Marvelous City

     Posted on: September 6, 2016

 by Laurindo Dias Minhoto* In Rio de Janeiro—the “marvelous city”—there is an old port where slave ships that brought captive workers from different parts of Africa to the center of the colony docked. The port area has been recently named (not that creatively) the “Marvelous Port” (Porto Maravilha) after a reconversion ...

Attica: 1971–1991 — A Commemorative Issue (Vol. 18-3)

     Posted on: September 8, 2016

NOTE: OUT OF PRINT. DIGITAL EDITION ONLY. On the occasion of the 45th anniversary of the Attica rebellion, we are offering free access to a seminal interview with Michel Foucault following his visit to the prison (follow link in the table of contents below). Our classic 1991 commemorative issue, now available in digital format, provides a retrospective on the ...

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